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Downloading the Human Brain to a Computer: Elon Musk’s Neuralink

Human testing of the noninvasive device could start as early as this year.

The Real Threat to Business Schools from Artificial Intelligence

Will MBAs educated today using methods from the past be employable for the jobs of the future?

Missoula Robotics Team Competes in Salt Lake City

The only FIRST robotics team in Montana, team 3216 MRT walked away with the team spirit award and finishing as a member of the 8th place ranking alliance at the Salt Lake City tournament.

CTRL Labs thinks we’ll all control machines with our brains very soon

A goal of doing away with the familiar swipes and gestures, to be replaced with direct interface with the human brain.

Robot dog to replace human at Montreal construction site

Six-month pilot project will see “Spot” monitor work sites and take up to 500 photos a day for Pomerleau.

The first car to operate without a driver is here and it’s from General Motors

“By the time this vehicle goes into production, we think the core software that drives our AVs will be at a superhuman level of performance and safer than the average human driver.”

An Open Source Effort to Encrypt the Internet of Things

IoT is a security hellscape. One cryptography company has a plan to make it a little bit less so.

Plans for a hydrogen-powered city of the future

Residents and researchers will be able to test and develop technologies, such as autonomy, robotics, personal mobility, smart homes and artificial intelligence, in a real-world environment.

$19K pre-fab home includes artificial intelligence technology

Ranging from $19,000 for the baseline Legend model to $59,000 for the top-of-the-line Cube model, Nestron is hoping to attract aspiring homeowners who want high style without breaking the bank.

Smart contact lens gets closer to reality: A First Look

You may discreetly see your heart rate, glucose reading, a weather forecast, real-time translation or map. Or maybe the name and title of the person you’re about to run into.